CANBERRA led 16 to nil at halftime with the Bears playing well in parts but unable to cross the line. In the second half the Raiders scored 16 more points before the Bears scored their first. Then with 15 minutes left in the match Arnold Mano tackled a Raiders player which sparked an all in brawl. Arnold and Michael Morris were both sent off, while a Raiders player was sin binned. Final score 44-10 to the Raiders.
ON a cold, wet and miserable Friday in May 1998, Marathon Stadium played host to a rare event in the inaugural premiership season of the National Rugby League. Due to the infamous situation of Rugby League having two separate premierships in Australia during 1997, dispute over which of the respective premiers was superior was a hot talking point over the off-season.
AS I was walking down the hallway towards the locker room I feel?sad? Nope that?s not it, frustrated? A little bit?desperation? That?s it! Desperation. I feel desperate.
WITH the Newtown Rugby League Football Club?s Centenary rapidly approaching in January 2008, all former Jets players and officials are invited to make contact with the club to ensure that their name, address and other contact details are added to the club?s data base of ex-players and officials.
THE North Sydney Bears finals dreams are well and truly alive after winning an exciting second half of football against third placed Canberra 26 to 20. Achieving their third straight win at Bear Park Captain Kyle Arnold lead one of the most mature and consistent defensive performances to date in the second half. While the flashy back line showed spectacular flair and agility running in 5 tries to 4.
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AFTER going through section play with a two win and a one loss record, the New Zealand Universities will play its most crucial match of the tournament to date when it takes on England in the first Student Rugby League World Cup semi-final at the Arana Hills Rugby League Cup in Brisbane tonight (Wednesday 13 July).
LEIGH Centurions have strengthened their squad with the addition of Chris Jones on loan from St Helens.
WIGAN head coach Ian Millward is looking to build on Wigan's two recent victories over the Leigh Centurions and the Warrington Wolves last Saturday at the JJB Stadium.
JAMIE Lyon and Daniel Anderson have been rewarded for their efforts towards St Helens? latest accomplishments by being voted engage Player and Coach of the Month for June respectively. The presentation was made after last weekend's hard-fought victory against Hull.
ALI Lauitiiti will be hoping Leeds Rhinos can get back to winning ways this Friday when they take on Salford City Reds at Headingley, kick off 8pm, and give the giant Kiwi double reasons to celebrate.
SOUTH Sydney has finally made a breakthrough in its recruitment drive, signing Kiwi backrower Joe Galuvao for the next three seasons. Galuvao, 27, is seen as an ideal replacement for Souths backrower Bryan Fletcher who will play for English Super League club Wigan next season.
CHRIS Walker will meet Wests Tigers coach Tim Sheens today as part of his search for a new club. Walker's also considering offers from English league and union clubs plus Super 12 rugby's Queensland Reds.
IPSWICH hosts its last State League fixture of the season this week and there is little doubt Trevor Gillmeister?s men would love to claim another big scalp on home soil.
THE Dolphins Colts and A Grade sides enjoyed victory last weekend over Tugun at Dolphin Oval while the Premier went down in a hard fought battle against the North Queensland Young Guns in the Wizard Cup.